On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 04:16:29PM +0000, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> It is very common to prefer people that allready are within the company,
> because it's part of that people want to advance at some point. If the
> company sees their employee's as a valuable ressource (which they
> should), they will give you a position that you apply for internally,
> given that you profile fits and depending on the other applicatants,
> instead of risking that you might look for a job outside the company.
>> In most international companies they even pay your move to another
> country and look to, that you settle in.
It personally didnt bother me that much, as far as I can see there are a fair few jobs out there at the moment, I am currently waiting for offers from 2 developement roles and one test/maintance engineer roles in Dublin.
(Most of these interviews where three teir with one interview being over the phone)
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